Former Australian chinaman Brad Hogg has put his weight behind Indian wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant to be a superstar over the next decade owing to his incredible form. Pant has been in really good form in all the formats for India in the last six months and he has played a lot of crucial knocks in test cricket already.
Pant has been the first-choice wicketkeeper for India in tests and he is pipped to be the X factor for the World Test Championship final in the Indian batting order. The left-hander is very aggressive and his wicket-keeping skills have improved a lot more than before which has brought him into action in the limited-overs setup as well.
Brad Hogg Eager To See Rishabh Pant’s Game Plan
Brad Hogg mentioned that he is very keen to see Rishabh Pant goes about his game in the next two months in English conditions. He also stated that he was eager to see if Pant keeps continuing with his attacking game in test cricket or if he plays defensively according to the situation.
“This is going to be a very interesting couple of months for Rishabh Pant over in English conditions with the Dukes ball moving. I am interested to see how his game plan changes. If it does, is he going to continue playing his attacking game, or is he going to be a bit more defensive?” Brad Hogg Stated on his YouTube Channel.
Brad Hogg Expects Pant To Stay Aggressive
Brad Hogg expects Rishabh Pant to go after the bowling to counter the swing bowling of the New Zealand pace attack. He also claimed that Pant will be a superstar over the next ten years for his approach towards batting and also the way he has handled the pressure so far.
“I really hope he goes after the bowling, because if he does then it will be a good counteract to swing bowling. He is going to be a superstar over the next ten years,” Brad Hogg stated.
Meanwhile, Rishabh Pant was dismissed for just four runs by Kyle Jamieson in the first innings of the World Test Championship finals.
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